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Monitor Articles for December 4, 2009
Great Lakes states in a fish fight over Asian carp invaders
China under pressure to play key role at Copenhagen climate summit
North Korea admits drastic currency reform, is silent on protests
Sarkozy rhetoric over EU 'win' fuels Anglo-French war of words
Israel closes sole oil and gas terminal on Gaza border
Syria says bus blast not terrorism, but circumstances unclear
World Cup draw: England happy, US even happier
Pakistan mosque attack underscores bid to target military
World Cup draw: US, England, France get good slots in South Africa
Key to Afghan crisis: tea and education
Five reasons Mark Sanford might last as South Carolina governor
Desiree Rogers a focus of White House party crasher probe
Obama weighs using TARP bailout funds to spur job growth
'Climategate': leaked emails push scientists toward transparency
Senate healthcare reform debate: Week 1 down, how many more to go?
Russians jump the gun on joint arms control statement
NATO countries pledge 7,000 more troops for Afghanistan
Gates, other US officials clarify timeline for Afghanistan pullout
Anthony Sowell pleads insanity - legal tactic rarely works.
Thinking about a new job? Have you considered making cheese?
Israel, Lebanon, and the Middle East conflict
The Monitor's View
At climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, the energy is in renewables
Just 11,000 jobs lost in November: a sign of improved job market
Unemployment rate falls. Should your job search change?
Like Groupon? Here are three other social commerce wonders
Carbon emissions increasing acidity in Alaskan seas
Droid's 'girly' ads taunt iPhone
School IT director loses job over space alien hunt
Best books of 2009: nonfiction
For sale: Poe's "Tamerlane" – the rarest book in American literature
'Up in the Air': movie review
'The End of Poverty?': movie review
'Everybody's Fine': movie review
'Serious Moonlight': movie review
Grammy nominations show was a ladies' night
Wag more, bark less